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Unafraid Red, April 6 – May 4, 2017, QSS Belfast

Unafraid Red  (and the following U-Yellow, U-Blue and U-White)  curated by Dr Colin Darke has been inspired by Barnett Newman’s  Who is afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue ( four paintings made between 1966 -1970 as a pun on Albee’s play)) … Continue reading

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Sinead McKeever – visiting her studio March 2014

 Sinead McKeever (MFA, 2008, University of Ulster)  is based at Queen Street Studios, Belfast, in the new spaces at Bedford Street.  She described her art practice thus:   My practice is process lead; through experimentation and rigorous editing I explore … Continue reading

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TONY HILL, New Works at Fenderesky, Belfast, October 17 – November 16, 2013

This Mondrian is in a private collection, thus it is very unlikely that Hill saw it while he formulated his idea of visual art. I have included it to provide evidence for an aesthetic order many artists in Europe, two … Continue reading

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Keef Winter

Keef Winter: I had no idea, Platform Arts, Belfast, 7 – 28 February 2013 In three days time there will be a three-hour-long event, “Demolition  and Whiskey Sours” to mark the end of the exhibition, turning it into a participatory … Continue reading

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